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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

Txafr Sheriff's Sale, virtue o f Execution 103 directed to me, which . , . i -M l.f -n? .. fcd lrotn me LiiurK h umcq i Yittenden Circuit Court, in r of K. H . James, Hendrick, pr& Marble against W. S. i 1 u l.... i i. lis amir. ii. iJfzu, ur uiu of Dollars and cents, I or one of my Dep-will. on Monday the 11th .f April 1910, between w k of 10 o'clock, a. m., and 2 lick p. m., at the Court s i door i n Crittenden . Kentucky, expose to hllC SALE to the highest the following ,,n)iorty v i jiiiifh thereol as may bo sir to satisfy Plaintiffs and costs, the t ,. descrilx'd p r o p e r t y .itiil of land on the waters Min Creekand and Ikmi l I) 1. Bennett survey; V 7s B. 10 poles to an - v bank of Dry Branch; p said branch with its h r N. 18 W. 70 iwles, N. il jhiles, N. 5. E. 42 xles, ' L 02 poles to the begin-i mtaining 152 1-2 acres i following: A certain lot n of Marion, Kentucky d n what is known as the .. k "" addition to said town, r lil as follows: Beginning thence west course...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

m i,i !p : ? lEf m I I ssr Druggets DRYGOODS FOR 4LL PEOPLE Recently, at the request of a Democrat we made known the fact as was handed in by him, and he is a good man and means well, that out of 24 petit jurors under Judge Little's appointment but 4 were democrats and but the most humble way possible nnoloLnze to them. Then after JU'J "J o ' approached by a trio of our good Democratic friends who were lamenting the fact that the Dem-( crats had done worse in, that they had selected but three Republicans out of 24. But sub- ittifc" ik and compelled to work day and night , for that matter so do the and Rubie James, Killy Gray, so if the paper is not what you licans, as one of the most would have It, just remember that we tried our best. To those who have orders for paper and envelopes with us we will ask that you bear with us untill our foreman can take his place again. To our cnrresnonHpnts wp are now signing their names and sending in good, newsy letters, and while it is true we ar...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

' ? teWWtafiaMlHe f J fv!S rZjTm' CLOTHES LET US FURNISH YOUR HOUSE SHOES FOR TO ALL Our Big Stock Of EVERY FOOT FIT Druggets are now signing their names and sending in good, newsy letters, and while it is true we are forced to leave many of them out this week, it is because we could not help it. Dont let this discourage you just as we have you in line and from nearly every neighborhood. The Evansville Courier's edition, published Sunday. March 27, celebrating its sixty-fifth anniversary, is a superb newspaper. It consists of 72 pages. In this edition The Courier fully sustains its reputation as one of the most enterprising and resourceful newspaaers in the country. The Courier is the favorite metropolitan paper in this par of the country, and goes into nearly every home in southern Indiana, western Kentucky and Southern Illinois. Recently, at the request of a Democrat we made known the fact as was handed in by him, and he is a good man and means well, that out of 24 petit jurors 9 ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

I ! at once and send in your t i)ers. i; II t, l. i " l i i tii I with tw ah to receive your wool after i meeting. J. E. Dkan. A. H. REED IN OUR CITY II Reed. SupL, of the Ro- are Ix-ad & Fluor Spar Mines is in Marion Tuesday shaking Is with old friends here. We to know Mr. Reed, as, i we wore Supt., of colliery of tho West Kentucky ( .miiviiiii nt Qlinri Jin .. Clarence V. Franks. Wm. K. Powell, Virgil Y. Moore, E. L. Htrpending, Ulysus G. Hughes, ,, Clarence G. Settles. T. J. Ainsworth, Cecil Larue, Rufus Robinson, ,, Theodore F. Newcom ,., Ewill T. Sumerville, ".Geo. B. Lamb, V. Ola Chandler. lillllll FARM' 103 SULE hundred acres well im- fd. three-room cottage, vell ULENDALE Rev. R. C. Love preached at this place last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. .1. A. Farmer and Miss Do not tie yourj Delia Fanner, of Marion, were fine We will be,KUests of Mrs. Win. Hurley Sat urday and Sunday. . Mrs Mount Tabor from near Carrsville is the guest of her sister. George Moore. Miss Addiw Franks has ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

4 Is the reason of our great ,j increase in our shoe basiness 4 SHOES OXFORDS 4 PLAIN and & STRAP X PUMPS. "anyway let us show you -O what we have and you will will buy. r r n r r r auiiacc ... Ewill T. Sumerville, Geo. B. Lamb, V. Ola Chandler. lillOII FARtnOS Mix "'i' IHIIIUILU acres well im- river to make a crop R. I). Moore attended court in Marion Monday. Man oil, at the home of the brides garonts. Mr. and Mrs. pleasant Woodall, March HO 1910 by Rev. B. B. HlacKburn, Air. Sherman Humphrey to Miss Cordelia Woodall. May happiness attend them as they are both popular and deserving youg people. Thad Withersioon is the guest of his sirter, Mrs. T. E. Grillin. Iron Hill. Mrs. J. L. Stewart and son of Marion, Fell Walker and family of Tribune, Herman Travis and wife of Cave Springs, 1'. E. Walker and family of Plonsant Hill, were recent visitors here. Lonnie Brantley's hoise ran .iu.mv nPiir Ben Drennans Satur- I da ,' throwing himself and wife out. shocking and bruising her cons ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

- Vs t " rn,'tf " " ' l I'. Sheriff Sale's. Also the following: For calls of this land reference is made to deed made by W. W. Stewart to W. T. Stone, which is recorded in Clerk's office of Crittenden County Court; being 3-4 acres, and this piece included with the two above making a total of 5 1-4 acres more or less. Also to following: Beginning on John T. Wyatt's and John Morrison's hickory corner, being the same piece of land conveyed t W. B. Bennett by F. M. C.;..:e..t as Assignee of G. D. Cobb, for more particular reference see Deed Book L. page 382, Clerk's office, also being the same land conveyed to S. H. Cassidy by W- B. Bennett and Wife, under date of September 27th, 1877, and is of record in Clerk's office Crittenden County Court in Deed Book "N" page Free Liver Remedy It U well to stop a physical ailment at the first signs of its-approach, and that is especially true of liver trouble, which can eventually give use to so many serious complications. Many have liver trouble ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

5 !' 111 ' f, l u V ' MK'li SO The flavor Unfr .yv Tha arema lingers. "' The pleasure llnfera. TOU will linger ever yeur . flavory cup of O CHASE6 SANBORN'S X "Seal Brand" Coffee. mands, ipyptf' $v!t" M h rT a k i 7 "T - "" """a Af- flfMfii ,ssaw .aoT Kt a.F" m kv a. . WE WILL GIVE AWAY "BIJbWC V i ABSOLUTELY FREE n ii r ONE NICE . factory burned ; l)ccn sol asi(le which facl ves ..w is wI I Kroimds for the liclief that the l I t .. . . . 4 Mum ,, .'. ir a-M ".., .;i w. ,!,, ; .i, .., . . lit I iniiv it iv uwui; in i iv- I'iuowili iMHC.edor than would have ;casc An(1 v,t vou can not te .,.- ..i f..r the lapse of now. h jun. wi1 (y nrQ ,. an tvNc. years. I lryjnj, the cnse and not Ms. V. .r, iare uas given by lioth jud C;ordon hl9 ided so , he .election of the jury. , far jn ljcse coseg n an un- r. ,. i xhusting the speca bjnscd (lj .ficd wlh but . r, ..fs v men from distant , .... they''ow exception to his rulings , r., .,.,.. cunty l)efore .. t,l. At first glance Irum "wr " ,& ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

f A 1 'ir INQUIRY INTO j NIGHT RIDERS' Federal Jury to Follow Up Case , Wrist Tobacco Gro::::. TWELVE INDICTMENTS FILED ! One of the Men Accused Before fie Federal Grand Jury at Covington Is a Kentucky State Legislator, and It It Said That Some Are Members f the Board cf Control of the Burley Society Night Riders Are Now to Come in For an Investigation, and It Is Said That Interesting Develop- ments Are Expected, t Cincinnati, -Twelve men of Dry Ridge. Ky., one of them a member . of the legislature, have been Indicted on charges of conspiracy in restraint of trade by the special federal grand jttr.v in Covington investigating operations o the Hurley Tobacco society. They are: John S. Steers, state legislator; ' Harry Simpson, A. J. Webb, J. S. Carter, Hugh L. Conrad. F. K. Conrad, R. I.. Conrad. J. W. Calender. John Caldwell, William Mulligan, Marlon Dennett and Isaac N. Conrad. All are( saw to oe memDers 01 tne ijuney 10- Da ceo society. Three counts are named In the Indictments, w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

P 1 r iji 1 i-v ys;vty: k .'" v.' tFW77? -a ". - r r. ?: V.?!fl iih hmiiimiiiiimM k -' IHWWiih 1T1T -. ,VV ' .VJ,H '.W W IMlWM.ilUW"'; (tffi riuijtii rip?? L 31. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, April, 14, 19)0 NUMtl4 PHINCETOfi PRESBYTERY AT STURGIS Kesu ting In n liruai and lilorluus Time. Meiitl g Held in New Churrh. Princeton Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church met with the Sturgis congregation, April 5th 1910, at 7-30 p. m. Rev. J. R. King, the retiring Moderator preached the opening sermon from Romans 1: 16. Elder R. M. Lisman was elected Moderator. The roll call showed that nine ordained ministers were present, with two candidates; Twenty-nine congregations were represented. Oh Wednesday, at 11 o'clock, the Presbytery observed the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Rev. G. L. Woodruff preached from Romans 8: 17. Rev. J. T. Barbee administered the sacrament. On Wednesday evening at 7:30 Rev. C. M. Zwingle, of Indiana Presbytery, and pastor of our church at Evansv...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

). J&MMMMMWigtaM B3 A Complete Display of Spring CLOTHES We received an order from some of our good friends at Tolu last week for the initial printing of envelopes, letter heads etc. for the Tolu Hardware Company coming into existence April 1st 1910, Composed of a personal that is a sufficient guarantee that it will prove a success and a blessing to the people of that rich section of country. The company will not be cramped for funds to make it what its promoters would have it, the best in the country. Thpv ai men who well know the needs of the people of their rich section and having the benefit of the cheap river rates will give them a wonderful ad vantage. They keep everything to supply the needs of the farmer or his household, from a cambric needle to a threshing machine. The new company is composed of a clever lot of gentlemen whose financial standing is the best guarantee of its ultimate success. We extend to them a hearty welcome and ask that they come well represented to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

J 4' ft 'r $ "f Jfr fc .fi 5 V fit The "Up-to-date" HIGH GRADE, "Bench Tailored" Clothing RIGHT IN STOCK, RIGHT NOW, at the RIGHT PRICE. The only difference you can see between our "Hand Tailored" Suits for $15.00 and, one made specially for you for $25.00 is the price. COME SEE THEM! J. A. Nation and W. R. were in town Monday. P. C. Gilbert of the county, was in town Monday. L. L. Hughes of the county, was in town Saturday. J. N. McDowell of Shady Grove was in the city Monday. J. L. Rodgers and wife of Mexico, were in the city Monday. J. L. Howerton was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Graves were in town shopping Saturday. Miss Byrd Yates of Sheridan, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Yates this week. Laurence Gardner and Tom Rudd of Grove Center, Union county, were in Marion Monday. Dave Woods a prominent farmer of Union county was in Marion Monday. Jno. Cambron and Cliff Mc-Cauley, were in Marion Monday to buy stock. FT" U ever good give ?i.'if?"iVXt'j&g?i?.vti' T l ' V,....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

- 5, 1-,-F J - ?Sfv Vi U ,' rw txiw., y XZ5 "-I J 4J44IUMWKMI Jtl SKt.mmrM ttei WUJ WW fctf -. attafwtjn' 9 tfVMHWtl iiiMimriMWl.W T VtmifcfWHi nwir" -- tA MMhtrv si. w i &i JS? ii- .i.' lol w 'u!F$ a 4$' s v- fc. w r? 'Ji?$jki (iLtvt '&Au'& 'ivtk JS,JSiiSiiJS,J . . n rr: o i ih j vv i.'. 4 W' WE WILL GIV itWAY T V J '"'i ri ABSOLUTE!. 4 ONE NICE HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET i To show our appreciation of the very liberal patronage given us during the short time we have been in business, we have decided to GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE one nice $25.50 HOOSIER KJ.TCHEN CABINET, This is a very desirable piece of furniture for any home. This is Our plan: For every dollar paid us in cash for goods or on account, we will give a ticket and deposit a duplicate of same in a locked box. ON MONDAY JULY 4TH NOON, Judges J. G.Rochester, W. A. Blackburn and Miss Leaffa Wilborn will take charge of the box, open and empty it into a large tub After thoroughly mixing tickets they will tie cloth ov...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

V i"V '"ri . XHxmWWH "TV WI mwim m Hit ii mi iiinni - i. . . . t. t yi.v .. '- - - f &wbw wMk' " ? jsisyswi pgpsPm "fcir ax !n 1 1MIV r t .1 TOITfin ,... 3 3 ,rr ' . il 4.lrrrY.. . "i A 6 szmr - 'Ufc r;i ? 1Sii J, 6UU!i 2iii lJjil. . '. .: lur I&.1, iUD, WM flR1 IL 31. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Api II, 14. 1910 NLtMKtH4 INUETOH PRESBYTERY ATSTURGiS In ;i lircal and tilurluus line Mcuii y neiu m new Gtnirrh. Phi holtttt ii nl tlw fr ( I 1 uwjr iui j w kiiu .K , ! Presbyterian Church he Sturgis v mI 5th 1910, at 7-30 p. in. , J l King, the retiring preached the opening i mil Romans 1: 1G. K M. Lismnn was lualor. The roll call i ,a nine oniainetl minis- t present, with two can- s s ii represented. i Wednesday, at 11 o'clock. p tery observed the Sac- 4 l.. T yl9 Clttitlrtt. I' ( ' ' I'l IIIU liUMI O UUlIVIi 'i L Woodruff preached I. 'iums 8: 17. Hev. J. T. "n . tuiinistered the sacra- A i ilnesday evening at K . (', M. Zwingle, of In- ti .i I nhuiuij, hm iwi ,nh at Ev...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

L- T js jVFn t P i ... I 'TT' , v - - ' "" ' - ' ; ,T, Jr , ?.-.;' ,'-'-' v l . "t ,.-' KSrf go pppHPggppgigBiPMm A Complete Display of Spring CLOTHES S I La M win ue exienaea tnem, and we have no hesitancy in saying that our citizens will turn out en masse, to offer the glad hand of good fellowship to our neighbors from Henderson. The Club of Henderson is ever in the lead in all matters pertaining to the upbildingof the PennyriJe; t' . is common to us alL anu it is up to us to join hand again in turning out to welcome our visitors, and assure them that yg ore behind them in their developing the great resources of this section. We received an order from some of our good frienda at Tolu I last week for the initial printing of envelopes, letter heads etc. for the Tolu Hardware Company coming into existence April 1st 1910, Composed of a personal that' is a sufficient guarantee that it will prove a success and a blessing to the people of that rirVi section of country. The comnany will n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

I Mi xi co. were in the city Monday. F Sam Brown of near Salem was in Marion Saturday paying us a pleasent visit while here. J. W. Tosh of Shady Grove sent us a dollar for the Saturday. J. V. Elwrly and son, Grady, of Salem were in Marion Monday. J. M. Brown and J. T. Camp- J" of near Marion were in town I LHowerton was in town M- rda Mr and Mrs. Kit Gnives were u shopping Saturday. Miss Byrd Vatcs of Sheridan. "p guest of her aunt, Mrs. W B Yates this week. Liurence Gardner and Torn H . 'I1 of Grove Center, Union i t. wore in Marion Monday. I'.iu Woods a prominent r f Union county wjuh in Marion Monday. I"" Cambron and t'liff were in Marion Monday ' ' n Ktock. Monday. Or. Perry, of Tolu, has moved his family to Marion, where he will practice his profession. Alf Johns, a prominent stock man of Henshaw, was in Marion Mondry. Messrs. II. C. Kice, T. V. Ord-way ami James Lowery of Frcdonin were in the city Monday. Hon. J no. Blue went to Louisville last Thursday on legal business. G. 1...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 14 April 1910

,s. i i orCnni v '.ii W ii i . a, h imii tAm ,-..i - .c Ta Messrs S. T. Dupuy and S. M. Jenkins were chosen deacons to assist the present board, who are Messrs M. G. Conditt, J. C. Gray and J. M. Dean. DEN1ISTKY Dr. H. B. Wolf will make his ; next rejular visit to Tolu, Ky., ! on April IS''.' end will practice Denistry at th:.t pkei a few days c:i V- A:y m i 'n's ;:e;.! lfeed attention should come i:: t! early r.id s L H. B. WjLF. 1H ONE NICE In memory of George W. Tosh, , Miss Mamie Love of Marion, who departed this life December, visited friends and relatives 1909. aged 7S years two ( day. months and ten days. Brother Miss Effie Wolford Lecie La Tosh was afflicted with that! Rue went to Marion shopping dread disease cancer, from I Saturday. which he suffered greatly for j Fred Love lost a fine milk cow several months before he died, last week, but he bore it all with that pa- j J. B. Carte has a few cabbage tience and fortitude which be-, plants transplanted, speaks perfect resign...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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